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Africa Energy Forum: $0.09/kWh the norm for African solar

The 21st Africa Energy Forum, this year in Lisbon, kicked off yesterday and will run until Friday. The meeting offers an insight into the continent’s energy markets.

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Taqnia announces completion of phase 1 Layla Solar Plant, first Saudi IPP project

Taqnia Energy, a subsidiary of the Saudi Technology Development and Investment Company, has announced the completion of the first 10 MW phase of the Layla Solar Plant. The facility will cover approximately 10% of the power needs of the province of Al-Aflaj.

Barbados to open energy market to IPPs

Starting from early 2018, the Caribbean island will grant licences for IPPs in an effort to have more solar and renewables.

Gaz Métro acquires Standard Solar to enter U.S. commercial market

The acquisition allows the Maryland commercial firm to expand its service offerings and explore the possibilities of becoming an independent power producer.

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